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Fledgling firm to recycle nuclear power station

An underwater metal shredder is to be designed and built by a fledgling Yorkshire firm to help decommission a nuclear power station.The Metal Machinery Company is in talks with British Nuclear Fuels about the one-off recycling project at the Berkeley centre near Bristol.The Government closed the site in 1989 as part of a privatisation process and has a policy of recycling as much of the metal as possible.Leeds-based Metal Machinery was formed in late ...

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